Tottenham Hotspur host London rivals West Ham United in the Premier League on Thursday night after their six-goal thriller with Manchester City last weekend.
West Ham however approach this game on the back of a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace at home last Sunday.
Sharing the spoils with champions City meant that Ange Postecoglou’s men ended a three-game losing run yet the hosts are still winless in their last four league matches.
West Ham will hope to move higher up the standings as the hammers sit in ninth place with 21 points after 14 matches, yet, the hosts have only one win in their last five matches against Spurs, drawing one and losing three in the period.
Tottenham sit in fifth place with 27 points after 14 matches and are two points off the top four places ahead of this clash.
Both sides can only boast of two wins in their last six league matches, however, Tottenham have scored more than two goals in each of their last three games and will be confident of returning to winning ways to keep their title hopes alive.
Tottenham will be boosted in defence with the return of Cristian Romero who served a three-game suspension meanwhile the visitors will be glad to have Jarrod Bowen available for selection come Thursday night.
The clash comes off at 8:15 p.m.